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Article
On Perfect Pairwise Stable Networks

Bich P., Teteryatnikova M.

Journal of Economic Theory . 2023. Vol. 207.

Book chapter
The Interaction among Financial Development, Macroprudential Policy and Economic Growth

Столбов М. И., Shchepeleva M.

In bk.: The Routledge Handbook of Comparative Economic Systems. Routledge, 2023.

Working paper
Welfare Convergence In Transition Economies
In press

Dmitriy Veselov, Matkovskaya V.

Economics/EC. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2022. No. 254.

Research&Expertise – News

HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences Co-Authors Intercontinental Monograph

HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences Co-Authors Intercontinental Monograph
The monograph Russian and Western Economic Thought has been published under the editorship of the HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences and the University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart (Germany). Written by a selection of respected experts, the monograph examines the interrelations and mutual influence of Russian and Western economic thinking. The book is edited by Prof. Vladimir Avtonomov, HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences, and Prof. Harald Hagemann, the University of Hohenheim.

Bad Roads Reduce Trade Volumes by 18%

Bad Roads Reduce Trade Volumes by 18%
Economists from HSE University and the Vienna University of Economics and Business have figured out why, all else equal, trading goods across borders can be more expensive than trading the same goods within state borders. They argue that one of the reasons is underdeveloped infrastructure in border regions. Their study was published in the Journal of Urban Economics.

Guess the Nobel Prize Winner in Economic Sciences!

The chocolate medal traditionally served at the Nobel Banquet.
The HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences invites you to guess the Nobel Prize winners in economics.

How Income and Political Preferences Affect Attitudes towards Quarantine and Vaccination

How Income and Political Preferences Affect Attitudes towards Quarantine and Vaccination
In a webinar for the Faculty of Economic Sciences, Professor Konstantin Sonin talked about the impact of income, social status and political beliefs on mask-wearing compliance, social distancing and willingness to get vaccinated.

‘No One Can Say We’re Going to Replace Old People with Machines’

‘No One Can Say We’re Going to Replace Old People with Machines’
Experts believe that increasing productivity, diversifying the economy, as well as developing human capital and expanding non-resource exports will help boost Russia's economic growth. But the state policy has to be smart. This was discussed at a series of round tables and expert discussions on the topic of productivity at the XXII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development, organised by HSE University and Sberbank.

Lockdown by Algorithm: A Proposed Model Calculates Optimal Restriction Levels

Lockdown by Algorithm: A Proposed Model Calculates Optimal Restriction Levels
During the pandemic, countries have endeavoured to protect their citizens without hurting their economies with excessive restrictions. At the seminar ‘Living with Covid-19: Optimal Lockdown Policies’, Hubert Kempf, academic supervisor of HSE University’s International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis, presented a mathematical model that can be used to calculate the optimal level of restrictions.  

Online course 'History of Economic Theory and Policy of the 20th century'

Online course 'History of Economic Theory and Policy of the 20th century'
In November 2020, the Center for the History and Methodology of Economic Science, together with the Department of Theoretical Economics, held a series of talks by four visiting lecturers (from Brazil, Great Britain, Italy, Portugal).

FES and ICEF joint webinar

FES and ICEF joint webinar
On may 14, at 14: 00, the next joint webinar between FEN and ICEF was held, in which Alessia Paccanini from University College in Dublin spoke with the topic of the report: "The Asymmetric Effects of Uncertain Shocks (joint with Valentina Colombo)."

HSE Remains Leader in Russia by Number of Economics Research Papers

HSE Remains Leader in Russia by Number of Economics Research Papers
At the close of 2019, HSE University once again ranked first among Russian organizations in the RePEc/IDEAS (Research Papers in Economics) world ranking and advanced to a record-breaking 129th place. The ranking evaluates economic, academic, and research institutions based on their publication activity in economics.

Paper of Eren Arbatli in European Economic Review

Paper of Eren Arbatli in European Economic Review
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